Thursday, October 5, 2017

Age pays: 43 senior discounts, some starting at age 50

Aging doesn't always have its perks, but this list of discounts might add some pizzazz to the fact of getting older. Starting at age 50, the minimum age for AARP membership, seniors may cash in on numerous deals just for being born on or before the date required for the bargain. Simply flash an ID to collect on most discounts, although some apply only to AARP members and some are offered only by select chain franchisees.

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THIS ARTICLE.

Stay tuned for more opportunities for discounts!

Sunday, October 1, 2017

Do You Remember Yardley Cosmetics? I loved this stuff.




A WRITER'S RESOURCE (for ALL writers)


Are you a writer... of anything? Would you like a massive resource of useful links related to just about any kind of writing you can think of?

Resources for novelists, screenwriters, short story writers, poets, young writers...

Resources for getting published, magazine article writing, how to find an agent, subject matter references...

Story starters and prompts, character links, genre links...

And much, much more!!!

CLICK THIS LINK to discover a wonderful resource!

Friday, September 29, 2017

The most famous company founded the year you were born


Making a business work over the long term is a major challenge. Research shows the majority of start-ups fail within five years and the companies that do survive can struggle to make a profit. But these long-lasting enterprises have had no such problems.

Click ahead to discover the most famous business founded the year you were born.

Saturday, September 23, 2017

Okay, it's kind of sucky that I ache and feel draggy in the mornings and only by taking a Tylenol-3 do I come back around to feeling human. Well, that and two cups of coffee.

It just doesn't seem right that I should have to rely on external and/or artificial means (like medication) to feel "normal." 

When my Mom was alive, one of her physical therapists told me that pain is a most unnatural state. Pain should be treated as an official disease and just as you'd take medicine for other things and not weird out about it, so should you do what you got to do to get rid of the "pain disease."

For me, it's not ONLY pain that's an issue.  Ladies, you will understand this... you know that all-over feeling-like-crap feeling you got with your period? Yeah. That. I wake up with that or it sometimes drags me down throughout the day (and I haven't had a period in over 20 years). The Tylenol-3 helps make that go away, too. 

I must be doing something right because nowadays, I only need Tylenol-3 in the mornings. It used to be that my back was in so much agony all the time, I had to take the Tylenol-3 every several hours.

It's also a puzzler to me how coffee has a magical way of smoothing things out. I'm just glad that it does.

Do You Know What Only Baby Boomers Remember?


Baby Boomers know a lot of things and remember a lot of things, but some of these things are unknown to the generations that followed! In this quiz, we'll test your knowledge of things that Baby Boomers know and understand. When you're done, feel free to put on a Beatles record.

Monday, September 18, 2017

89-year-old evicted from her home rescued from homelessness by her neighbors

89-year-old Angie Tyma from Houston, Florida was evicted from her home and was living in at a Days Inn hotel, pondering what her next decision would be.  The unexpected 3-week reprieve from the home she was renting was the result of the owner, whom she herself had sold the house to a few years ago, having stopped paying the mortgage.

Tyma had been a widower for 20 years and it had been that long since she had anyone helping to pay the monthly mortgage. That’s why she eventually sold the home and rented rather than owned the property. When foreclosure proceedings began, she didn’t know what to do, but she never expected that she would be evicted from her long-time home. That is, however, exactly what happened.

This was not just a place to live for Tyma. It was her home of 35 years. “They threw me out,” Tyma told Today in an interview. “I couldn’t believe it.”

Tyma never dreamed she would be evicted from her home, and at her advanced aged it was a surreal experience. “I went through hell and back,” she said.

READ THE ARTICLE AND WATCH THE VIDEO HERE.
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